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Heart symbols

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U+2766
U+2661
Black Heart Suit
U+2665
Black Heart Symbol
U+2764
Beating Heart
U+1F493
Broken Heart
U+1F494
Two Hearts
U+1F495
Sparkling Heart
U+1F496
Growing Heart
U+1F497
Heart with Arrow
U+1F498
Blue Heart
U+1F499
Green Heart
U+1F49A
Yellow Heart
U+1F49B
Purple Heart
U+1F49C
Black Heart
U+1F5A4
Heart with Ribbon
U+1F49D
Revolving Hearts
U+1F49E
Heart Decoration
U+1F49F
Couple with Heart
U+1F491
U+2767
U+2619
U+2765
Heavy Heart Exclamation Mark Ornament
U+2763
U+27B3
U+10E6
Love Letter
U+1F48C
Love Hotel
U+1F3E9

Heart symbols for copy and paste. Many text characters and emoji from different Unicode blocks on present page.

Present days heart symbols used in followed meaning:

  • To express love, mainly romantic love, but not exclusively. “I ❤ Unicode”.
  • Shape of some gift such as postcard, toy, chocolate candy. Especially in saint Valentine’s day.
  • Anatomical schematic image of organ heart. (Department of cardiology in hospital).
  • One of the four suit of playing cards.
  • Health or number of lives (attempt) in computing games.

There are several version how this ♡ shape of ideograph appeared. One tells, that is a leaves of ivy. It was ancient Greeks god’s Dionysus emblem. Dionysus is a god of winemaking and passion. In 4 century B. C. heart symbols decorated brothels.

Necks of two swans constructs geometrical figure similar shape. If swans make pare they lives together whole live. Rare phenomenon among animals.

Schematic picture of amphibian’s appropriate organ is similar image.

Heart became sign of love and center of emotion at the end of the middle ages. Before, many centuries ago, it was sign of dinner (why the aborigines ate Cook? Were they hungry?). First usage character in meaning of romantic love was in 13 century. It was picture in manuscript «Romance of the Pear». Image is not exactly like current character — designer just used another font. Modern shape of heart symbol associated with love used to create the Danish «Heart Book». This manuscript written in 1550 and includes love ballads.